Services at Mill Farms

West Acres Grain has storage capacity for 2.2 million bushels of grain. The facility receives grain by truck and/or by rail on the Canadian Pacific Railway. The grain is then shipped by truck or rail with the capability of loading a maximum of 25 cars at a time. We are located in Fairmount, North Dakota, just 7 miles south of Mill Farms. West Acres Grain is used for our farm purposes as well as commercial storage.

Please feel free to contact us about any of your storage needs.

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Brushvale Seed, Inc. is a family-owned company dedicated to the production and processing of identity preserved non-GMO soybeans. We have been exporting for over 35 years and have maintained long standing relationships with many manufacturers by taking extraordinary measures to provide high quality food grade soybeans. From the seeds we plant to every food grade product that we package, we control and document every step in an identity preserved process, allowing us complete traceability. For more information, please go to our Website at

In more recent years, Brushvale Seed has expanded to include a soybean research and development team. Each variety is specifically bred for superior food quality and agronomic traits through traditional plant breeding methods. By supplying our growers with proprietary seed and supporting them throughout production, we are able to sustain overall quality and deliver a world-class product to our customers. Brushvale Seed is located 7 miles north of Breckenridge, Minnesota, on the Burlington Northern Railroad.

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Mill Farms also takes great pride in working alongside Riverview LLP’s Campbell Dairy in Wilkin county Minnesota; Mill Farms takes on the responsibility of coordinating acres of corn for silage and alfalfa for haylage. We work with an elite group of farmers to grow and harvest about 100,000 tons of silage and 10,000 tons of alfalfa annually. This goes to feed the 9,500 cows located at the Campbell Dairy.

Harvest of alfalfa occurs roughly once a month during the summer, at the end of May, June, and July. Silage harvest starts at the end of August and lasts until the middle of September. A timely and efficient harvest is imperative for feed quality. The moisture of the crop must be within a certain range; too wet and it will spoil, but too dry and it won’t ferment properly. Weather can not only effect the moisture of the product being harvested, but can also influence ground conditions making harvest difficult at times.

Mill farms also manages dry manure that is produced by the cows. This is used to help with soil fertility by farmers in the area. Not only is the manure a good source of nutrients, but it adds organic matter back into the soil, which promotes a healthy bacterial ecosystem.

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